Mark Schwaber – Evil Valentine Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising acoustic music artist, MARK SCHWABER, from the USA. We have reviewed his beautiful song, EVIL VALENTINE, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Mark Schwaber is a promising easy listening acoustic music artist I discovered two months ago with his latest work, Evil Valentine, released as a single not long ago in 2020. For those who haven’t heard about the artist before, Mark Schwaber has started his career with a long-play album called; Two Years and Thirty Minutes in 2004. Since then, the artist released three more long-play albums, The Killing Card (2006), Those You Trust (2009), White Flood (2017), and five singles, To Be Better (2011), Revelation Day One (2011), God Sleeps (2012), Murder/Suicide (2020) and Evil Valentine (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Evil Valentine was the first time I heard of Mark Schwaber, and I immediately fell in love with his beautiful piece of work. It is artistic, easy-going, simple, and beautiful. Whenever I listen to a song like this one, I always feel like it says so many things about the artist’s character. I am a guy who values the mood in every music I listen to. When I listened to this song for the first time, it made me think of this; sometimes you start a day with strong emotions for some unknown reason, and believe me, there is no better music style to listen to with that specific mood. And Evil Valentine is a perfect example of that.

Furthermore, I have big respect for artists like Mark Schwaber, who make the music that they love in the simplest way. Evil Valentine is a top-class work in my eyes. Period. It has the necessary mood in its music video where the artist keeps his neutrality, and the storyline follows the song’s dynamics. What I value the most here is the song’s general mood, which is perfectly reflected in its music video. They work flawlessly together and immediately pull the listener into its world.


Technically, Evil Valentine has excellent standards in every way for me. It has the necessary feeling, dynamics, mood, vibe, where everything sounds clean, clear, very well balanced, and in great harmony. You don’t usually expect anything too much production-wise from songs like these cause it’s one of the most humanly made music (probably right after classical music). However, this doesn’t mean that I am against being creative with production at the same time. Opeth has been very creative in every way at what they do, and that was truly admirable. In this case, I must admit that I am totally satisfied with everything that belongs to Evil Valentine. So, it’s perfect.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that Evil Valentine has already made it to my personal playlist. I loved the specific vibe of Mark Schwaber, and sometimes this is more than enough to like an artist. He has a very satisfying discography so far, and I believe Evil Valentine is a special one, a big step forward in his career!


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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates MARK SCHWABER for his beautiful job in EVIL VALENTINE and wishes him the very best in his future career. Thank you for reading!




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